Parents must help Basically, the parents have the right of education for their children and this has always priority – that must accept grandparents rights. However, the parents have no right to refuse the grandparents to deal with the grandson for no reason. In most cases, a normal quarrel or disagreement between the child's parents and grandparents is not enough to prevent them from dealing with the child.
Child well being always happens In the context of the relationship between grandchildren and grandparents, what matters most is the best interests of the child. For example, if the parents and grandparents are hopelessly divided, the grandchildren would get into the conflict through contact with grandma and grandfather, which would lead to a conflict of loyalty – in the worst case to mental disorders in the children. In this case the treatment does not serve the welfare of the child and will not be legally enforceable.